Woods Coffee to help produce "Moo-wiches" for fair

The Woods Coffee has announced a partnership with Whatcom County Dairy Women to produce the famous “Moo-wiches” for this year’s Northwest Washington Fair, which is scheduled from Aug. 12-17.

A Moo-wich consists of vanilla ice cream sandwiched between two oversize chocolate chip cookies. Whatcom County Dairy Women’s dairy treats are among the fair’s most popular fan-favorites.

Woods’ bakery will bake and deliver 28,000 cookies for this year’s Moo-wiches, which will be sold for $4 each at booths run by the Whatcom County Dairy Women.

Edaleen Dairy of Lynden will provide the ice cream.

“It is with great pleasure that the Whatcom County Dairy Women partner with Woods Coffee on this Northwest Washington Fair icon, the Moo-wich,” said Debbie VanderVeen, dairy farmer and member spokesperson of Whatcom County Dairy Women, in a press release. “It was evident from the beginning of our taste, crumble, freeze, and recipe trials that Whatcom County Dairy Women and Woods Coffee think alike—we both want to serve our customers all natural ingredients, including real butter, and to provide a delicious, handmade cookie.”

“We’re excited to work with WCDW to deliver a delicious cookie that will compliment the ice cream in the famous Moo-wich,” said Wes Herman, owner of Woods Coffee. “The Woods bakery has fine-tuned a unique recipe, using only all natural ingredients, that is reserved for cookies found only in the Moo-wich. Our family loves the Fair, and the Moo-wich is easily one of our favorite parts of the Fair experience.”

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